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Leeds Rhinos v Hull FC, Sunday 21st June, kick off 3pm

15th June 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos are holding a special family matchday when they entertain Hull FC in the First Utility Super League at Headingley Carnegie on Sunday 21st June, kick off 3pm.

Tickets are on sale now for the game starting from £20 for adults and £10 for under 16s if purchased before the day of the game. Tickets can be purchased by calling 0871 423 1315 (calls are charged at 10p per min, mobiles may vary), coming down to the Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium or online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets. Demand is expected to be high so fans are urged to purchase early to avoid disappointment.

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Leeds Rhinos are offering families who book for four or more people* free food vouchers worth £5 each to eat at their game against Hull FC. There will also be a host of family orientated entertainment at the ground with gates opening at 12noon for a 3pm kick off. Tickets for the game can be booked on 0871 4231315 (10p per min. Mobiles Vary) or online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets with advance prices (valid until midnight the day before the game) starting from £20 adults, £13 for concessions** and £10 for juniors***

*The free food offer is available on tickets purchased before 5pm on Thursday 18th June for the Hull FC game only. Minimum purchase is 2 full price adults and 2 juniors and each person will receive a food voucher for redemption at for use in the concession vans around the ground only up to the value of £5 each. The offer is available on tickets for all areas of the ground. The offer has no cash value and cannot be exchanged for anything else.
The offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer (e.g. someone cannot claim discounted tickets on a promo code or as part of a group and obtain the food voucher offer aswell – based on full price paying fans only)
**Seniors 65 and over, Students & U21s. ID Required
***Age 16 and under

 

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Leeds Rhinos 32 Hull FC 20

21st June 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos went back top of the First Utility Super League with a hard earned win over Hull FC at Headingley Carnegie including two tries from Joel Moon.

The Rhinos made the best possible start to the game as they put Hull FC under pressure from the kick off with some well organised defence. On three occasions Hull had to kick from deep inside their own half on the last tackle and the pressure finally produced a score for the Rhinos. Danny McGuire released Ryan Hall down the wing with a miss pass and was then on hand to take the return pass and go over for the try. Liam Sutcliffe added the conversion to give his side a 6-0 lead.
 
Hull hit back following a big run from in form forward Mark Minichiello and they made the most of the ground he gained them as Jordan Thompson powered his way over from close range. Marc Sneyd kicked the conversion to level the score.
 
Both teams were guilty of some poor handling at times and a string of penalties prevented the game sparking into life however Leeds finally crossed for a second try when Ryan Hall knocked down Zak Hardaker’s cross field kick into the path of Jimmy Keinhorst and he flicked a pass to Joel Moon to score. Liam Sutcliffe missed the conversion and soon left the field after suffering a knee injury.
 
Both sides then missed glorious scoring chances, with Sneyd breaking clear but failing to release winger Steve Michaels and Leeds second-rower Carl Ablett charging over from 40 metres out only to be adjudged to have been held up over the line by full-back Jamie Shaul.
 
The Rhinos did strike next and took a ten point lead into the half time break when Keinhorst was alert to an error by Curtis Naughton and he picked up the spilled kick to score. Kevin Sinfield added the conversion to make it 16-6 at the interval.
 
Hull hit back on the start of the second half when Naughton showed great skill out wide to dive in at the corner. Sneyd missed the conversion attempt from the touchline but his side were right back in the game at 16-10.
 
Leeds opened up a 12-point lead on 52 minutes when Sinfield combined with the excellent Keinhorst and McGuire to get Moon over for his second try.
 
Hooker Danny Houghton cut the gap when he took Liam Watts’ offload 10 metres out to go through untouched before
centre Fetuli Talanoa brought them back to within a try of leveling as he crossed out wide.
 
In between those tries both teams had been reduced to 12 men. The visitors had the momentum at this stage but McGuire relieved the pressure by running back a wayward kick from Sneyd only to be held down in the tackle and have his ankle twisted by the Hull half back in an effort to stop the Rhinos break away. Sneyd was sin binned for the offence and whilst McGuire was being helped from the field with a serious injury, he too was shown yellow for kicking out in the tackle to free his leg. Sinfield stepped up to put over a 40-metre penalty that put two scores between the teams.
 
Hull allowed the kick off to bounce down in goal for the second time in the game and then their drop out did not go ten to give Sinfield another penalty chance to extend the lead even further.
 
The result was confirmed in the final seconds when Sinfield had to adjust after his route to a drop goal was blocked and then set up the position for Keinhorst to put Carl Ablett over for a try. Sinfield added the conversion to complete the scoring. 

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